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Forced into the mandatory conscription to fight for the South African Defence Force during the apartheid in the early 1980s, white teenager Nicholas van der Swart (Brummer) is required to endure brutal training despite his shy and quiet demeanour. Forced to conform to the SADF way of life and training, Nicholas is abused and tormented, all the while building a forbidden connection with fellow recruit Dylan Stassen (de Villiers) that could be punishable by extreme torture or death.

Director: Oliver Hermanus. Stars: Kai Luke Brummer, Barbara-Marié Immelman, Michael Kirch, Remano De Beer, Wynand Ferreira, Rikus Terblanche, Ryan de Villiers, Stefan Vermaak. 2019. 104 mins. Drama.



After being involved in a car accident as a child that left her with a titanium plate embedded into her head, Alexia (Rousselle), now an adult, has embraced a dangerous and thrilling lifestyle. While working at a car show, a man follows her and attempts to assault her, leading to her killing him with her metal hair pin. Following the murder, Alexia embarks on a wild journey — though she may not make it out alive.

Director: Julia Ducournau. Stars: Vincent Lindon, Agathe Rousselle, Garance Marillier, Laïs Salameh, Mara Cisse, Marin Judas, Diong-Kéba Tacu. 2020. 108 mins. Drama.


Halloween Kills

Immediately following the events of 2018's "Halloween" and the 40th anniversary of the villain's killing spree on Halloween night in 1978, Michael Myers (Courtney) is released from Laurie Strode's (Curtis) burning house by unwitting first responders. As Laurie is taken to the hospital for her injuries, her daughter Karen (Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Matichak) learn of Michael's survival but choose to withhold that information from Laurie so she can recover in peace. As the town becomes aware of Michael's murderous rampage, however, the residents of Haddonfield band together and form a mob to track down and kill the murderous Michael Myers once and for all. "Halloween Kills" is a sequel to 2018's "Halloween" and the 12th film in the Halloween franchise.

Director: David Gordon Green. Stars: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney, Nick Castle, Airon Armstrong, Will Patton, Thomas Mann, Jim Cummings, Dylan Arnold, Robert Longstreet, Anthony Michael Hall. 2021. 105 mins. Horror.